Garden City Beach barkeep wants Keith Urban to jump out of her birthday cake

March 26, 2014 

Karen Smitley at The Bar in Myrtle Beach. Photo by Mandy Rodgers for Weekly Surge.

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    Karen Smitley, 39

    The Bar

    125 Atlantic Ave., Garden City Beach

    357-4983

    SIGNATURE DRINK | Cinnamon Toast Crunch Shot (Fireball Cinnamon Whisky and

    Limón cello)

QUESTION | When’s your birthday?

ANSWER | August.

That’s coming up... what themed birthday cake would you want for your birthday this year? I’m a Steelers fan, so it has to be football.

And what flavor? Definitely chocolate.

When is the last time someone actually got you a birthday cake for your birthday? Last year.

What was your birthday wish last year? My wish was to meet Mr. Right.

Did it come true? Potentials pending...

Have any of your birthday wishes ever come totally true? Yes, because I was praying to graduate college and that finally happened after five years. It was a very expensive birthday wish, by the way...So that makes me an educated bartender.

At what age should people stop having the designated number of candles on their cake because it poses a fire hazard? They can have candles until 40. Then it might set the fire alarm off.

Who’s cake would you want to put Roman candles on for a nasty surprise? My roommate. He is the biggest prankster... he deserves Roman candles on his cake.

Who would you want to jump out of your birthday cake?I would like to see Keith Urban jump out of my birthday cake... with no shirt.

If you lived in a birthday cake house, how long do you think you could live there before you ate through your home? Maybe a year... but the angrier I am the, faster the house would go.

Would you rather live in a village of gingerbread men, gummy bears or Pez dispensers? Gummy bears.

Would you eat your friends? Yes! The red guys would be on the hit list first.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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